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A former adult mentor for a Boys & Girls Club in Rio Grande City, Texas, served two years in prison for one count of sexual assault against a girl who had attended a program at the youth organization, according to Starr County court records, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and a police report.

Jason Solis, 30, engaged in an inappropriate relationship with the girl throughout 2013, when she was about 15 years old, the police report indicated.

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The victim said she and Solis developed a relationship at the club, where they spent time together and where he kissed her, according to the report. He also visited her at home on multiple occasions and molested her approximately four times, she said.

Solis pleaded guilty to one of four counts of sexual assault and received a three-year prison sentence, according to court records. He was paroled after two, a spokesman from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice said.

The club broke off from its umbrella organization, the Boys & Girls Club of McAllen, in the middle of 2013, a report released by Enlace in July 2014 said. The same article referred to the local youth center as the Rio Grande City Boys & Girls Club, but said it was to undergo a major restructuring.

There is no longer a Boys & Girls Club branch in Rio Grande City.

Dalinda Gonzalez-Alcantar, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of McAllen, said the safety and protection of the children it serves is its main priority. She cited the club's safety policies, including an onsite licensed social worker who "acts immediately upon every referral she receives."

"Harm to any child is not tolerated by our organization, and we're doing everything we can to protect our youth," she said.

As of Aug. 1, the Texas Sex Offender Registry listed Solis at an address in Rio Grande City. He has not responded to a request seeking comment.